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Domenech in talks with Equatorial Guinea



Former France coach Raymond Domenech is currently negotiating a coaching deal with Equatorial Guinea national team, according to reports in the central African country and in France.

The Nzalang Nacional failed to realise their much-hyped reconstruction project during and after the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations despite the investment of millions of US dollars that saw the naturalisation of a number of foreign players.

Domenech, who managed Les Bleues between 2004 and 2010, is being solicited for his wealth of experience and exposure to give Equatorial Guinea the necessary push to bring their football out of infantilism.

Inspired by Cape Verde’s performance at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, the Nzalang Nacional are bent on pursuing their 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifying campaign, as they prepare to host the Blue Sharks on March 22 for the third round.



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